I've been reading this text:
When you define a type, you can define static data fields within it. The bytes that back these static data fields are allocated within the type objects themselves. Finally, inside each type object is a method table with one entry per method defined within the type. This is the method table that was discussed in Chapter 1.
Richter, Jeffrey (2010-02-05). CLR via C# (Kindle Locations 3546-3548). OReilly Media - A. Kindle Edition.
However, the bolded text made me confused. Should it be inside of instead of inside?